- Hey Hey It's Esther Blueburger review by JD
Centred on the alienisation of a pubescent Jewish girl this film also looks at the effect of cold parenting. I didn't find the observations either perceptive or well portrayed. Descibed as a comedy / comedy drama examples include rolling a sock down as a symbol of rebellion and her brother's transition in devout Judaism because of a change of schools. Didn't really impress me but I suspect the target audience is girls; they must have been very disappointed with the censorship which stops their intended audience watching.
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